Let the pros help you plan and prep meals for your family - home-cooking recipes used by chefs to feed those they love!
Looking for meals that will appeal to everyone around the table? Cooking for Your Kids is the perfect solution: 100 recipes - breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, treats - from the repertoires of world-famous chefs who cook for their children at home. Charming first-person stories offer a glimpse into their private lives as they strive to raise adventurous (and healthy) eaters. The chefs explain why each dish is much-loved, highlight how ingredients can expand palates, reveal insider tips, and share their work-life balance challenges.
Food critic Joshua David Stein whets the appetite of young readers with a wondrous and informative approach to talking about food. This humorous, stylized and entirely unexpected set of food facts will engage both good eaters and resisters alike. With questions both practical ('Can you eat a sea urchin?') and playful ('Do eggs grow on eggplants?'), this read-aloud text offers young children facts to share and the subtle encouragement to taste something new! Food and textile illustrator Julia Rothman brings an authenticity to the text that Stein has written for his own three year- old and preschoolers everywhere.
L'auteur et critique culinaire Joshua David Stein, de retour, s'attaque cette fois au monde de la cuisine avec sa patte pleine de charme et d'originalite. De la question pratique « puis-je faire frire une boule de glace ? » à la question amusante « les petits pois congeles poussentils sur des arbres geles ? », chaque vignette se compose d'une devinette drôle et d'une reponse en forme de revelation, toutes liees à la preparation de la nourriture. Les dessins à la fois simples et travailles de Julia Rothman, specialiste du textile et de la cuisine, apportent de l'authenticite et un parfait equilibre entre serieux et naïvete, jamais loin l'un de l'autre.
Plein d'humour, de jeux de mots, de fantaisie, d'aliments exotiques et même de termes culinaires, cet ouvrage à lire à voix haute propose aux jeunes enfants des evenements à partager et leur donnera peut-être envie de jouer aux marmitons !
Now in a new board-book format: a whimsical word book of rhyming things that can - or can't - be eaten!
Can you eat...
A pea? A pear? A bee? A bear?
In this spin-off board book to the bestselling picture-book companion, food critic (and dad) Joshua David Stein asks the question, ""Can you eat...?"" followed by a lyrical list of illustrated items. From familiar items like apple pie and pineapple to the more nonsensical, like underpants and elephants, this read-aloud twist on a first book of food offers plenty of giggles, with simple yet sophisticated hand-drawings by Julia Rothman that provide authenticity and a balance of seriousness to the silliness at hand.
From footballs to eyeballs, beach balls to meatballs, if you can roll it, this book has it!
With his signature whimsy and wordplay, author Joshua David Stein compares and contrasts different kinds of balls in this part-reference, part-comedy act. The book invites readers to identify various sports balls, while simultaneously weaving in a whole selection of unexpected rollable objects. A winning formula for every young reader who loves to kick, throw, catch, or giggle.
B>b>The Italian wine bible for a new generation--a superstar sommelier and restaurateur explores the dynamic world of contemporary Italian wine./b>/b>br>br>b>Joe gives us/b> b>the gift of learning about the ever-evolving landscape of the worlds most soulful (and might I say favorite?) wine region.--Danny Meyer/b>br>br>Acclaimed Italian wine expert, sommelier, winemaker, and restaurateur, Joe Campanale presents a comprehensive guide that is as transportive as it is deeply educational. Vino dives into the dynamic landscape of Italian wine today, where a new generation of winemakers is eschewing popular international styles, championing long-forgotten indigenous grapes, and adopting sustainable approaches best suited for their local climates.br> br>In an epic quest through Italys 20 regions that takes readers from the steep hills of Valle dAosta to the near-tropical climates of Sicily, Campanale uncovers and profiles the diversity of real Italian wine and the most exciting, game-changing producers in each area. Readers will leave with countless recommendations for exceptional winemakers and be armed with Campanales empowering new rubric of quality (say goodbye to the Italian wine pyramid). Full of colorful stories, in-depth explorations of the modern craft, and stunning photography, Vino proves there''s never been a better time to drink Italian wine.